Even in today’s highly social environment where people share anything and everything about their lives and put their private lives on open display – Low T is still a difficult subject for some people to discuss. In addition, low T sufferers may also have a difficult time talking with their doctor.
One of the biggest hurdles of participating in the process of Low T diagnosis is admitting there may be a problem.
Most sufferers think their symptoms may be due to a stressful job, late bed time, not enough hours in the day to get everything done, poor eating habits, lack of exercise, depression…the list goes on.
In addition to the obvious symptoms of Low T, if you find that you’re not shaving as much, and your libido is at an all time low, it may be time to discuss your Low T concerns with a medical professional.
Your underactive libido is one of several symptoms that surfaces with earlier detection of low testosterone. It is estimated that close to 4 to 5 million American men have this condition and are not being treated.
For most people, the hardest part is taking that step to talk to their doctor and undergo screening.
Know that the process is not that difficult and you are not alone. Millions of men suffer with low T symptoms and treatment is quite common. You will not be the first, nor the last person to engage in a Low T discussion with a medical professional. There is nothing to be embarrassed about and it can be treated.
The bottom line is that your health and life vitality are vitally important, and recognizing some of these symptoms, should you have them, will help you take that first step and make an appointment.
Are you experiencing?
- Low libido
- No interest in sex
- Reduced strength
- Reduced muscle mass
If you have any of these symptoms – something is not quite right. And, a simple test could help you discover the issue and start getting your life back.
Perhaps doing a little research on the internet may help you to understand Low T and put your mind at ease. You will be surprised to discover the amount of information available to you and how common low testosterone actually is.
Once you’ve conducted your research you will see that Low T is no longer a taboo subject.
What are the first steps?
If you are diagnosed with Low T, there will be several options your doctor can offer you. If you desire a second opinion, or you want to work with a specialist, your doctor can give you a referral. Most insurance companies will require that you see your primary physician for a specialist referral.
The doctor wants you to feel comfortable with your treatment and he/she will walk you through the steps needed to improve your Low T and overall health.
Don’t ignore the problem and hope it will just go away. Call your doctor; make the appointment and get back to feeling like your old – ‘new’ self again.